Lowell Duncan, LADC, CAP
Lowell Duncan is a clinical interventionist based in Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN. He has more than 30 years experience in the substance abuse and addiction treatment field. Lowell is a graduate of the Hazelden Chemical Dependency Counselor Training Program, and he an LACD, CAP, and an Internationally certified counselor.
Lowell is a Love First Certified Clinical Interventionist, the most rigorous training in the field.
Lowell worked at Hazelden Foundation in Minnesota for 26 years as a therapist and Unit Supervisor. He is also the author of Hazelden’s publication Heroin: The First Few Months of Recovery and many of Hazelden’s smoking cessation materials. He has served as educator, counselor, supervisor, manager, director and executive director. He has experience working on women and men’s units, extended care, tobacco services and chronic illness. He has worked in many settings outpatient, residential, halfway houses and classrooms. Click here to read Lowell Duncan’s full bio.